Gor Mahia captain Haron Shakava will leave the Kenyan Premier League champions once his contract comes to a close in December 2019.
Despite denying rumors that he was to ditch the club this window, Shakava admitted that he was to leave the club once his association with Gor Mahia comes to an end in December and revealed that a number of teams were after his services.
“The fact that a number of teams are interested in my services does not mean I have ditched Gor Mahia. I am still a Gor Mahia player and still have a contract that runs to December this year,’’ Shakava is quoted by Citizen Digital.
“It is my own decision to quit the club at the end of my contract and I will not pen a new deal with Gor. No one has compelled me to take this action but it is my personal decision to look for other options elsewhere.”
Shakava joined Gor Mahia in 2014 from KPL rivals Kakamega Homeboyz and has become one of the most dependable players in the side; the player recently been linked with a move to KPL newbies Wazito FC and clubs in Zambia.
He took over the armband duties from Musa Mohammed in 2018 when his defensive partner left for KF Tirana.